How to use the rental calculator
If you would like to know how much you can borrow based on the rent you can achieve on a property, enter the rent on the rental calculator.
If you would like to know the mortgage you can raise based on an amount of rent, enter the rent on the calculator.
The typical affordability calculation rate used by the lenders is 5.5%. However, if this does not give the required outcome, there are some options. For example, some lenders will use the rate you are taking if it is fixed for 5 years or more. Contact Collabot Finance advisor to discuss what rates might be available.
The lender will need a margin to cover your anticipated costs. If you are unsure, use 125% if you are a basic rate taxpayer or buying via a company, and 145% if you are a higher rate taxpayer. Contact us to discuss further.
Calculate the amount you may borrow, the amount rent you may charge and the amount of coverage.
PLEASE NOTE: This tool should only be used as a guide to how much you may be able to borrow and does not represent a formal offer to lend. In order to find out how much you can borrow based on your requirements and circumstances please contact us.
If you would like to know the monthly payments for a particular loan amount and interest rate – then use the calculator to set the term. It will then calculate the payment for Interest only, and Repayment basis.
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) must be paid on a property or land over a certain value in England and Northern Ireland.
Use the SDLT Calculator to calculate the SDLT that is to be paid.